NEET Preparation Tips 2019 by Surendra Babu Vikrama, Executive Dean of Sri Chaitanya
NEET Preparation Tips 2019 - Candidates appearing for National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) this year will be covering the last lap of their extensive study schedule by now. With less than a month left for the country's biggest medical entrance examination, candidates will be gearing up for the last minute preparations. The competition, no doubt, is intense and thus it is wise to not leave any stone unturned. To boost the confidence and provide proper guidance to the candidates, Surendra Babu Vikrama, Executive Dean of Sri Chaitanya coaching institute has provided detailed preparation tips which can be incorporated in the study schedule to reap positive results. The opinion and suggestions by the expert will help candidates in improvising their strategy to score maximum marks and minimising the mistakes. NEET is scheduled to be conducted on May 5, 2019, in the pen and paper based mode in 154 cities across the country.
NEET Preparation Tips 2019 - Chemistry
In the Chemistry section, 35 out of the total of 45 questions asked are direct and single concept questions. Each question carries 4 marks and 1 mark is deducted for every wrong answer. Surendra Vikrama suggests “Keeping this in mind, candidates must attempt the strongest concepts first and leave the ones that will take a longer time for last.” Chemistry is further subdivided into physical, organic and inorganic chemistry and it has been noticed in previous year papers that nearly 12 to 13 questions come from each subunit. As per the NEET preparation tips by Sri Chaitanya, more than 80% of total questions are NCERT based so first candidates should ensure that the 80% is dealt with and later on the focus should be on the rest of the 20%.
When asked about the strategy to tackle various sections of chemistry, Surendra advises “Regular and diligent practice is required in physical and organic chemistry.” Inorganic chemistry, in particular, contains a lot of direct questions that come straight from the NCERT. “In physical chemistry learn your formulae thoroughly and do not leave anything out. Learn the theoretical portion of physical chemistry as they are often tagged in numerical question. In organic chemistry, do thorough learning of reactions by writing them.” he adds. Proper and in-depth understanding of each concept is crucial as per NEET 2019 preparation tips by Sri Chaitanya.
NEET 2019 Preparation Tips - Physics
Since in physics the majority number of questions are based on the concepts of subjects, the students are advised to practice the conceptual topics. As per the NEET 2019 preparation tips by Sri Chaitanya, Physics is such a subject that decides the rank of students so it is necessary to carefully write the physics exam, especially in the reading of questions and in doing calculations.
When asked about the mantra of dealing with the tough portion of Physics syllabus, Surendra advises “the students should focus thoroughly on the multiple concepts based questions and the application of it so as to revise the concepts quickly.” The students should give priority to easy topics with more weightage like modern physics, waves, gravitation, heat transfer, optics etc. NCERT exemplar, exercise - I and exercise - II questions are very much useful in improving knowledge of Physics, which is necessary to crack NEET 2019. “The students should distribute their exam time such that proper time (about 75 mins) is given to physics part of the paper,” he suggests.
NEET Preparation Tips 2019 - Biology
As biology constitute 50% of the paper so students should be strong enough in the biology part. According to the NEET 2019 preparation tips by Sri Chaitanya, students should start their NEET 2019 from biology questions and should try to complete it within 50 minutes to one hour, so that they can save time for physics and chemistry.
Surendra points out “Once you complete biology in best way your confidence would be high enough and it will help students to deal with physics and chemistry question.” Biology is often taken for granted by the students, as it is relatively easy among the three sections. “Students should not deal biology in hurry just to save time for physics and chemistry because biology question also offers you (+4) marks if you attempt a correct answer,” he adds.
The text of NCERT diagrams & their labelling, table’s & their data should be learnt & memorised in thoroughly. The NEET preparation tips 2019 by Sri Chaitanya suggest that if any fact of NCERT contradicts with other standard books, students should blindly go with NCERT fact. Students should essentially go through exemplars provided by CBSE/NCERT for question practice.
Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter
Biological Classification of Fungi, Virus, Viroids, Prions
States of Matter
Semiconductor devices and gates
Morphology of Flowering Plants
Ray Optics/ Physical Optics
Strategies of Food Enhancement
Microbes in human welfare
Moving Charges and Magnetism
Structural Organisation in Animals
Units and Measurement
Digestion and Absorption
Motion in a straight line and Motion in Plane
Breathing and Exchange of Gases
Work, Energy and Power
Chemistry in Everyday life
Body Fluids and Circulation
Centre of Mass application
Locomotion and movement
NEutral control and Coordination
Gravitation and Electric Charges
Kinetic Theory of Gases
Hydrogen and it's Compound
S-Block, P-Block Elements
Books for physical Balaji and OP Tandan. For the chapters other than physical NCERT book is preferred.
For inorganic chemistry strictly follow NCERT textbooks.
For complex compounds inorganic chemistry by GRB, Balaji, Pradeep series books.
For organic chemistry first, go through NCERT books then GRB, Balaji, Pradeep series books and go through GRB hand book for typical questions.
NEET objective physics book Vol I and Vol II ( GRB publishers)
NCERT Class 11 Physics
NCERT Class 12 Physics
NCERT Physics Exemplar of Class 11 and 12
Previous question papers book of MTG or Arhant for practice
NCERT – Textbook and Exemplar
- Trueman’s objective & MTG for practice.
Candidates who have successfully filled NEET application form can download NTA NEET admit card 2019 from April 15 onward. To download the admit card, one has to login using application number, date of birth, and security pin. NEET 2019 will be conducted in offline mode on May 5.
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